The Jandoli School
The Russell J. Jandoli School of Journalism and Mass Communication encompasses the study of print (newspapers and magazines) and broadcast (radio and television) media. Students also study the fields of public relations, sports communication, advertising, photography and graphics. Five St. Bonaventure graduates have received journalism's top honor, the Pulitzer Prize, and many Jandoli School graduates have gone on to successful careers in public relations, advertising and marketing.
Named a school in 1995, the program is committed to continuing the principles established by Russell J. Jandoli - that is, a values-based tradition of excellence, of accomplishment and of providing the very best education in journalism and mass communication available anywhere.
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure University is an outstanding institution of higher education with a history of accomplishment and service that extends back more than 150 years.
At the heart of St. Bonaventure University is the Franciscan affirmation of the dignity and worth of the entire created order. Fundamental to this vision is an awareness that it is within relationships and community that individuals discover and develop their potential. A key goal of a Franciscan education is to help students imagine and embrace a pattern of living in which their time and talents are devoted to the service of others.
St. Bonaventure University's mission is to bring to life this vision through the unending pursuit of distinction in undergraduate and graduate programs and through learning experiences inside and outside the classroom.
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